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americans, never received. each american that has been granted the honor accorded to danny today, they have been given it because they possessed a particular quality that we view as uniquely american, it is thoroughly appropriate -- and is thoroughly appropriate that he is granted because he is in every sense the quintessential american. he possessed in my view every virtue that we like to describe to our country. at the dawn of danny's llife, the country -- life, the country was emerging from a war that placed america's squarely in the center of leadership for the first time in history. and yet, on the horizon was the greatest economic depression this nation has faced or has faced since. his mother, his mother, the first of regeneration in hawaii, his father emigrating from japan, at a time when there was strong in real prejudice that still existed in america -- a man who came of age as the secondary war burst upon the scene, and that very prejudiced against japanese-americans reached a crescendo. december 7, 1942, as the majority leader has alluded to, on the way to mass or on the way to
. in each and every american who's been granted the honor according to danny today, they have been granted it because they possess a particular quality that we view as uniquely american. it's thoroughly appropriate that our friend, danny, is granted this honor because he was in every sense the qint american possessing every virtue that we like to ascribe to our country. , the dop of danny's life, the country was emerging from a great war, a war that left the rest of the world in ruins, but placed america squarely in the center of world leadership for the first time in our history. yet on the horizon was the greatest economic depression this nation had faced or has faced sense. his mother, his mother, the first of her generation in hawaii to immigrate from japan at a time when there was strong and real prejudice that still existed in america, a man who came of age as the second war burst upon the scene, and that very prejudice against japanese-americans reached a kris -- cresnedo. as majority leaders eluded to, on the way to church with your grandfather, listening to the radio about the bom
>> the dawn of danny's life, the country was emerging from a great war, a war that left the rest of the world in ruins, but least america squarely in the center of the revolution for the first time in our history. yet, on the horizon was the greatest economic depression this nation had faced or has faced since. his mother, his mother, the first of her generation in hawaii, his father an Émigre from japan. at a time when there was strong and prejudices still in existence in america, a man who came of age as the secondary burst upon the scene, and that very prejudiced against japanese-americans reached a crescendo. december 7, 1942, as the majority leader alluded to, on the way to mass, or on the way to church with her grandfather listening to your radio about the bombing that was taking place in pearl harbor. first as danny told the story, over several times, he thought it was the most -- he and his father drove, he could see, could see pearl harbor, the bombs bursting. he was then labeled and any alien. he was labeled an enemy alien as his family was. because of his japanese anc
. we learned a bit more about hume illty. you never here danny talk about himself. we learned about respect, kindness towards all, not just those who agree with you. and he helped us remember every single day why he came here in the first place. yath you how many times danny would stand his ground on issues others had given up on because he knew the impact it would have on real people. he knew this was not just about politics, it was about helping people and delivering for our communities and our nation. mr. president, daniel inouye impressed me every day for 20 years but nothing impressed me more than his love for his community and family. i just got off the phone with his wife and expressed my condolences. danny will be missed terribly. but he has left his legislative acheevepls, the roads that wouldn't be built, the 34il8 tear bases that wouldn't exist, the ports and bridges and trains had he not be there to move legislation. so much more. but danny will be remembered far beyond his many tangible achievements. he will live on through the value that is he embody and spread, throug
. >> justin, can you tell danny what you've been through? and notice his reaction as you're talking. >> tell danny? you serious? >> reporter: this man is trying to win back the love of his life, by talking to a horse. >> okay, danny. >> reporter: justin and lyz have been together for nine years. >> justin, look at lyz's reaction. >> but a week ago, they were barely talking to each other. >> justin will do everything except what i'm telling him i need because he doesn't think -- >> take a break, guys. >> thanks. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: this is couple's counseling at relationship ranch. >> so, he identified heavily with our horse. >> reporter: nancy and lottie are marriage therapists who are convinced these gentle animals can help tame feuding couples by breaking down emotional defenses and helping heal past traumas. >> because horses are so sensitive, they can help us determine what a couple is actually really feeling. >> walk, walk. go! >> he's telling me that you don't really mean it. >> reporter: so, we came to colorado to follow this couple's last ditch effort to save a scrumabling rel
of the united states congress were not graced by the presence of daniel ken inouye. danny was elected to the u.s. senate when i was 2 years old. he had been elected to congress a couple years before i was born. he would remain my senator until i left hawaii for college. even though my mother and grandparents took great pride that they had voted for him, i confess that i wasn't paying much attention to the united states senate at the age of 4 or 5 or 6. it wasn't until i was 11 years old that i recall even learning what a u.s. senator was or it registering at least. it was during my summer vacation with my family. my first trip to what those of us in hawaii call the mainland. so we flew over the ocean and with my mother and my grandmother and my sister, who at the time was 2, we traveled around the country. it was a big trip. we went to seattle and we went to disneyland which was most important. we traveled to kansas where my grandmother's family was from and went to chicago and went to yellowstone, and we took greyhound buses most of the time, and we rented cars, and we'd stay at local motels
not graced by the presence of daniel ken inouye. danny was elected to the u.s. senate when i was two years old. he had been elected to congress a couple years before i was born. he would remain my senator until i left hawaii for college. even though my mother and grandparents took great pride that they had voted for him, i confess that i wasn't paying much attention to the united states senate at the age of four or five or six. it wasn't until i was 11 years old that i recall even learning what a u.s. senator was or registering at least. it was during my summer vacation with my family, my first trip to what those of us in hawaii call the mainland, so we flew over the ocean, and with my mother and my grandmother and my sister who at the time was two, we traveled around the country. big trip. we went to seattle and we went to disney land which was most important, and we traveled to kansas where my grandmother's family was from, and went to chicago and went to yellowstone. we took greyhound buses most of the time and we rented cars and would stay in local motels or howard johnson's and if the
the course and the long and storied career. mr. president what i want to focus on for a minute today is danny inouye who has been there for me as a friend and mentor for the past 20 years. he has been a shining light in this chamber and has set an example for all of us who measure and not simply words but in action. senator inouye was certainly not not the law dismember this chamber. he was certainly in not the most -- and he was not a senator who spent his time making long-winded speeches that through his quiet resolve, his understatunderstat ed strength and his commitment to do the right thing no matter what, he was able to accomplish so much. senator inouye let the appropriations committee through difficult times with great and incredible effectiveness. the partisan rancor that is too often dominating this senate was unacceptable to him and he made it clear to all of us. at danny's focus was on people, on the infrastructure that they depend on in their community, on the most vulnerable, on our military families and in the state of hawaii. vista president is danny inouye was a giant here in
turned to senator daniel inouye so it should come of no surprise that danny died as he lived with great dignity. this is no urban legend. the capitol physician said he used to watch people die, but never with such dignity. irene, his lovely wife, talked about the event. chaplain black, security officers who were there with him minutes before he passed away, before he dieded, he shook the hands of friends and crest the family who surrounded him. he thanked the doctors. he thanked the nurses for their care and attention. he thanked his security detail for the careful protection over the years. dan inouye wrote notes detailing his last wishing minutes before he passed away working until mere moments before his death. he told his wife, irene, that he would appreciate my speaking before you today, a gesture that touches my heart more than words that i can express. then he said aloha and quietly joined the lord. he had faced death many times, especially during that awful war that he was fighting in. he would often tell us, told me on many occasions, that during his life, he had just been luck
turned to senator daniel inouye. so it should come as no surprise that danny died as he lived with great dignity. this is no urban legend. dr. monahan, the physician said he watched people die, but never loses dignity. i rained, his lovely wife talk about the event. chaplain black, security officers who were there with them, minutes before he passed away, before he died, he shook the hands of friends in christ family who surrounded him. he thinks that there is connecting to the nurses for their care and their attention. he thanked his security detail for their careful protection over the years. dan inouye for details on his last wishes minutes before he passed away, working to mere moments before his death. he told his wife, irene, who would appreciate my speaking before you today, a gesture that touches my heart more than words that i can express. then he said aloha and he quietly joined the lord. he had faced death many times, especially during the awful war he was fighting in. he would often tell us, told me on many occasions to turn his life he'd just been lucky. he always said, just
to danny today, they have been granted it because they possessed a particular quality that we view as uniquely american. and it's thoroughly appropriate that our friend, danny, is granted this honor because he was in every sense the qui at the sention -- quintessential american. he possessed in my view every virtue that we like to ascribe to our country. the dawn of danny's life, the country was emerging from a great war, a war that left the rest of the world in ruins but placed america squarely in the senator -- center of the world leadership for the first time in history. getting on the horizon was the greatest economic depression this nation had faced or has faced since. his mother, his mother, the first of her generation in hawaii, his father, an imgray -- imigrae from japan, at a time there was a strong and real prejudice that existed in america. a man who came of age as the second great war burst upon the scene and that very prejudice against japanese americans reached a crescendo. december 7, 1942, as majority leader's alluded to, on the way to mass, on the way to church wit
: madam president, i would like to say a few words about our close, beloved friend, colleague, danny inouye. i'm hard pressed to think of anyone in this body that i respect or love more than danny inouye. his broad smile, his desire to work with you, help you, his interest in finding common ground, his decency, his honesty, his forthrightness and his just dedication to service is unsurpassed. someone pointed out to me when dan was first chairman of the house appropriations committee, he passed all the measures through his committee virtually unanimously. we should stop and think about that for just a second. this place is now so polarized, it's difficult to get measured passed, but dan, as committee chairman, worked with his members so that virtually every bill in his first year were passed unanimously. there was one i think that was 29-1. and if only we would stop to reflect on that a bit. it would help us, somewhat, work together better. dan also worked very closely with member ted stevens. one time ted was chairman of the appropriations committee, the other time of the ranking mem
to an american hero, a great senator, an amazing man, and a dear friend, senator danny inouye. senator inouye dedicated his life to public service and through his hard and faithful work he has left his nation around the state that he loves so dearly far better in so many ways. we will all hear a lot about -- in the days ahead about the barriers that danny broke down over the course of his life. we will hear about his service in times of war and in peace, about his heroism, about his love for his family and state and country, and we'll hear about the admiration and respect he's earned from so many of us here in the senate on both sides of the aisle. over the course of a long and very storied career. but, mr. president, what i want to focus on for a minute today is the danny inouye who's been there for me as a friend and mentor for the past 20 years. who's been a shining light in this chamber and has set an example for all of us who measure our work not simply in words but in actions. senator inouye was certainly not the loudest member of this chamber. he was certainly not the most verbose, and
means i love you. aloha was dan's last word on earth. i say to my friend, danny, a mohawk, i love you, and goodbye until we meet again. ♪ >> irene, ken, mr. president and mr. vice president, america has just been through some very painful days, and, mr. president, we are all grateful for giving voice as you have to our agony. as senator reed has said so eloquently, -- reid has said so eloquently, daniel inouye lived a full, long life, so it is our great honor here to celebrate. i am grateful that so many of his colleagues in the senate and both parties, leaders and members of the house and the administration, and especially the members of the diplomatic corps, have come because, i hope in their -- in this short service we can capture the character and contributions of one of the most remarkable americans i have ever known. you know, it is difficult to be in politics and the courageous without being sanctimonious. it is difficult to be a gallant man in politics without seeming pompous. and it is difficult to constantly reaching out for common ground of wondering if you have let your
was not a decision that came easily to danny mold a second generation christmas tree farmer. >> if we don't sell 150 trees you know for next weekend we can save the 150 for the following season. >> reporter: danny was hit harder than most. he estimates he's lost at least $300,000 worth of trees. >> this tree is a seedling we planted this spring. this will be a 2-year-old and this will be a 4-year-old. >> reporter: the punishing drought that baked the midwest last summer hit iowa christmas tree farmers especially hard. most operations in the state are small cut and choose farms. that's where customers cut down their own trees. about 20% of all sales nationally are made at farms like this. the iowa christmas free growers -- tree growers' association polled its members. >> is that your christmas? wow. >> reporter: danny mold's father bob is president of the association. >> and already in some ace cases like danny's farm and some of the others they have lost two and three years worth of trees and they can't make that up. that may be just enough to convince some of these farmers to give it up. >> reporte
to bring up writer and activist danny bland, and also callie canary who is an attorney and worked with the innocence project. can we get them to come on up? [applause] >> how did you guys get involved in this whole thing? >> you know, what's the rule for this? >> i think damien has heard some swearing before spent i think it is encouraged. >> really, we were living in the same house, and they used to have on hbo free weekend. so if it wasn't for free we can on hbo we will never would've seen the movies. >> is true of mac. >> -- [laughter] >> i think everyone in this room we saw the movies and we were outraged. but also at the same time because of made into movie we thought someone was taking care of it. so we relaxed and later on did research online and figured out they were still in prison, that nothing was being done. you know, that's who we decided at the time to do something. >> i'm not sure if your microphone is working. >> hello? check? spent i didn't realize this before became after, but you went to law school because of what you've learned in trying to assist damien. >> we
stars headline this year's ballot for the hall of fame. neither is likely to be elected, says danny knobler, a writer for cbssports.com. >> i think the overwhelming evidence is these guys cheated the game. >> reporter: bonds, clemens and sammy sosa who joins them on the ballot are the poster children of the baseball steroid era. bonds admitted he took substances but said his trainer described them as linseed oil. clemens was linked to performance-enhancing drugs. and sosa failed a drug test in 2003, according to lawyers familiar with the results. with all three on the ballot for the first time, this year's vote becomes a referendum on baseball's age of steroids. >> there's more to hall of fame than just what your numbers are. >> reporter: the 600 or so baseball writers who elect hall of famers are instructed to consider a player's record, sportsmanship, integrity, and character. those last two standardses are causing heated debate this year. >> the hall of fame, i mean, give me a break. man, you you've got bigots, racists, rapists in the hall of fame. >> reporter: "new york times" s
and mental healthcare. >> it's a moment to reflect on who we are to each other. >> actor danny glover takes part in a pray for peace. >>> and a lesser known draw to san francisco's union square and we'll introduce you to a doorman that you may already know who he is. he is an icon for the holidays in the city. . >>> one man is dead and another wounded following a shooting in oakland last night. it happened just after 6:00 on 32nd street near chestnut. when officers arrive they had found two men suffering from gunshot wounds. police say the wounded man is in critical, but stable condition and their name ofs have not been released. >>> following the mass shooting in connecticut, ann rubin explains that they want faith communities to lead the charge to end gun violence. >> reporter: inside the 3rd baptist church in san francisco, what began as a prayer for peace quickly turned into a call for action. >> we just need more safety. >> church members say the connecticut shooting has drawn attention to a problem that they deal with daily. gun violence. >> it's happening right now and it's come o
and about to freestyle with danny dropping a beat. >> i want everyone to know this is -- and you're welcome. >> also makes it clear, she's not prepared anything and this was completely sprung on her. >> you don't know whether she's going to kill it or -- ♪ i say one thing young street danny dropping a beat ♪ ♪ it's on friday and i'm like, hey, what's tonight ♪ ♪ at the viper room, i already said that i know because i'm you ♪ ♪ and i don't need to prove because it's already all right when it's me ♪ ♪ and i know you're down with the community people yes ♪ >> you got to say, a pretty mean beat box. when the band chimes in with their instruments, starts to sound pretty good. she's not from 8 mile. >> i think she's killing it. ♪ girls, i'm faking it, making it rhyme again and again ♪ i got to keep going because i don't have time ♪ >> we searched youtube, got a lot of rapping clips. if her acting career flops, which i doubt it will, maybe she can start the rap gain. >> get tattoos. all those street tattoos. >> yeah. >> give it up! [ cheers and applause ] >>> at the start
, a noble man to lean on, we always turn to senator daniel inouye. it should come as no surprise that danny died if he lived with great dignity. this is no urban legend. dr. weinand, capitol physician said he watched people die, but never with such dignity. his lovely wife talked about what it meant. chaplain black, security officers who were there with them. minutes before he passed away, before he died, he shut the hands of friends and crest the family who surrounded him. he thinks the dock or is connecting to the nurses for their care and attention. he thanked his security detail for their careful protection over the years. dan inouye wrote notes detailing his last wishes minutes before he passed away, working until mere moments before his death. he told his wife, irene, that he would appreciate me speaking before you today, a gesture that touched my heart more than worse than i can express. then he said aloha and quietly joined the lord. he faked deaths many times. he would often tell us, told me on many occasions that during his life he had just been lucky. he always said just lucky. b
of hope. and as i watched those hearings listening to danny ask those piercing questions night after night i learned something else. i learned how our democracy was supposed to work. our government of and by and for the people. that we had a system of government where nobody's above the law. where we have an obligation to hold each other accountable from the average citizen to the most powerful of leaders. because these things that we stand for, these ideals that we hold dear, are bigger than any one person or party, or politician. and somehow nebraska communicated that more effectively than dan inouye. you got a sense as joe mentioned of fundamental integrity. that he was a proud democrat but most importantly he was a proud american. and were it not for those two insights planted in my head at the age of 11, in between disneyland and a trip to yellowstone. i might never have considered a coup rear in public service. i might not be standing here today. i think it is fair to say that danni inouye was perhaps my earliest political inspiration. then for me to have the privilege of serving wit
century dynamics that are becoming the new normal for the modern family. nadia sat down with danny one of its executive producers for a real insider's tour of the show. cnn exclusive and today's arts & leisure. >> it's hard to know what makes "modern family" such a phenomenon. it's very relatable to like a wide sloth of the audience from my children's, their friends watch the show and their parents watch the show and someone described it as a friend of mine described it of kind of like a camp fire. there hadn't been anything like that on the air for a while that everybody sort of watched together. and i think it was an antidote to snarky television for a while. >> how do you find the stories? >> the stories come right from my family. something will happen in my family and my kids will watch me go it my phone and say, don't put that on the show. we purge, we have just told, we have dug from the depths of our family, all the skeletons in our closet because we need stories and that comes first. we did an episode, this actually happened to me. the emts in my town of manhattan beach are fam
tribute to one of my great friends and one of my great colleagues, danny inouye, who passed away yesterday. the majority leader has done such an extraordinary job recounting his life, and i think back what it must have meant to him as he witnessed pearl harbor at the age of 20. he said that he realized at the time that the pilots in those planes that were bombing his family and others in hawaii were people of the same ancestry as his father, and it hurt him. it hurt him as well to be branded as suspect because of his japanese origin and to see literally tens of thousands of japanese americans interned in camps because their loyalty was questioned. he took the opportunity to volunteer and serve our nation to prove that he was willing to risk his life for america, to prove his loyalty. he served in one of the most highly decorated units in all of world war ii, the 442nd regimental combat team which was comprised of japanese americans, and they fought in the european theater. they recently came to washington to be honored, and senator inouye was there. it was a great moment to see these men o
was not a decision that came easily for danny moulds a christmas tree farmer. danny has but hit harder than most. he estimates he's lost at least $300,000 worth of trees. >> this tree is a seed ling we planted this spring. this will be a 2-year-old. this will be a 4-year-old. >> reporter: the punishing drought hit iowa christmas tree farmers mostly hard. about 20% of all sales nationally are made at farms like this. the iowa christmas tree growers sew yags polled its members and found individual farmers lost anywhere from 50% to 100% of new plantings. danny moulds' father is president of the association. >> and already in some cases like danny's farm and some of the others, they have lost have lost two and three years of trees. they can't make that up. that may be just enough to convince some of these farmers to give it up. >> reporter: probably not danny. when he bought his own farm six years ago, his father didn't want him to grow christmas trees. >> did you want your son to grow a christmas tree farm? >> no. no way, shape, or form did he want me to grow trees. >> i told
of my great friends and one of my great colleagues, danny inouye who passed away yesterday. majority leader has done such an extraordinary job recounting his life, and i think back, what it must have meant to him as he witnessed pearl harbor at the age of 20. he said he realized at the time that the pilots in those planes that were bombing his family and others in hawaii were people of the same ancestry as his father, and is hurt him. it hurt him as well to be brand as suspect because of his japanese origin and to see literally tens of thousands of japanese americans inturned in camps because their loyalty was questioned. he took the opportunity to volunteer and serve our nation, to prove that he was willing to lift his life for america to prove his loyalty. he served in one of the most highly decorated units in all of world war ii. the 442nd ridge mantal combat team, which was comprised of japanese americans and they fought in the european theater. they came to washington to be honored and senator inouye was there it what a great moment to see these men who had proved to america the
tough hit ir. braun and his little brother danny are able to enjoy the sport because of a grant given by our military kids. since 2004, our military kids has been helping military families nationwide pay for youth sports, fine artsactivities and tutoring programs, to help young kids during a parents' deployment or rehabilitation. last april, the boy's father, army staff sergeant, alejandro drujahi was severely injured in afghanistan. he was part of the 82nd airborne unit on his fourth deployment. while the unit was stationed near kandahar, alejandro, on foot patrol, stepped on a roadside bomb. the explosion severed both his legs. since then, they have been living at walter reed. the young boy's boxing lessons are a welcome change for the family. >> it's great to gemstone they had out of the hospital to do something. and my son has adhd and it's helping him to learn to focus on something. >> reporter: deployment can be a stressful time for families, often are financially stretched, cannot afford to pay for things like extra curricular activities, and sports, crucial for their children'
. the run by danny woodhead. colin kaepernick is the quarterback of now. he finds michael crabtree. an amazing game, 38-41. colin kaepernick is the first to throw fur touchdown ins a game for a long time. the pass is incomplete. 9ers take over, tack on a field goal. they would win 41-34. they improved it. 10, 3, and one and here is what the coaches had to say after the game. >> great victory. really loved the way the team sucked it up so many times. >> we didn't play well. >> it's a huge task. it's a huge challenge. you know. this environment. in december. >> in december, how about referring to the fact that new england had won 20 straight home games in december, but the 49ers end that streak tonight. up next, seattle kept place with the 49ers. russel wilson came the first ever. -- with a 50-73 drubbing. the 9ers, if they beat seattle the clinch the division. meantime, the raiders trying to stop a six game losing streak. 51,446 die hards at the coliseum. sebastian file field goals on the day. as the raiders held the chiefs to just ten yards rushing, 119 total yards. the chiefs fail
leaders also called for action to prevent gun violence. >>> after an activist danny glover, many people who attended the service say there has been too much violence in the past year. >>> many are expected to walk off the job this morning. close to 5,000 nurses plan to hold a one day strike. >>> nurses at sutter health are at odds over staffing levels and sick days. >>> the so called fiscal cliff is a few days away and there is no deal in sight. president barack obama is in hawaii for christmas, meanwhile house speaker house speaker john boehner is also on vacation. before vacation they each made one last pitch. >> we have a tax hike on middle- class americans... >> it would still be ready as far as the eye can see and it would hurt jobs. >> if we go over the fiscal cliff, most americans will see higher taxes and most will feel the sting of harsh budget cuts. >>> holiday vandals hit a church in orange county, what has police launching an investigation . >>> coming up, alex savage would be live with more on a police investigation and it turned into a much bigger situation. >>> police say
into the store in danny ferr --- danbury, connecticut. any new developments we will pass along. back to you. >> thank you. the community of newtown connecticut, takes another step toward healing after friday's deadly shooting. all the town's schools will reopen today except for sandy hook elementary. >> loved ones preparing to say goodbye to another young victim's. 6-year-old jessica. tom roussey has more from the funerals held monday for two other children. >> these students came to sing a song about keeping faith in troubled times. they also came to shed some tears. two of them go to newtown middle school where students whose brothers and sisters were killed. >> just thinking about them and their families. it is horrible. >> the first funerals, hundreds gathered to remember jack pinto known for his love of the new york giants. >> we are coming together as teammates. >> noah pozner's funeral was held in nearby fairfield. whenever his mother told him that she loved him, he replied not as much as meatpacker mom. those boys were six years old. local residents are doing what they can remember
names. mark shelly. michael terrio. tony rodriguez, danny campbell. and if you'd like to speak on this item, you can fill out a card as well. >>> mark said to go first. so, mike [speaker not understood] construction trades council. you have a crowd waiting on the next item. we're excited by this project. it is dramatic from a distance yet at the same time pays close attention to the street. you've heard how close attention they're paying to the ties adjacent to oscar park. we are excited also because it contributes in a virginia vet right of ways to the transbay transit district both directly through the fees the project sponsor just showed you, but also in fulfilling its goal of residential density, close to transit. * variety we consider it [speaker not understood] to the economic [speaker not understood] of the city. although work is good for us right now, we'd like it frankly to continue that way. so, we ask you to approve the project. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> excuse me, for those of you standing in front of the doorways, i'm going to ask you to li
a kid from every country? the world? seth doane follows danny goldfield who's answering this question with a bus pass. >> so far i have photographed children from 169 countries. i have 24 more. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. president obama dug in his heels today insisting on tax revenues for higher income earners but at a hint of compromise he said he would consider lowering tax breaks again next year. mr. obama wants to raise taxes on individuals who make more than $200,000 a year and on couples making more than $250. he said this today. the way to recovery. bill whitaker reports from california. schools close as the flu bug spreads. elaine quijano reports on where the virus is woshs and how efgtd the vaccine can be. and what city in america. >> raise revenues that are sufficient to balance with >> the issues is that we are going to have to raise revenues that are sufficient to balance with very you have to cuts that we've already made and we're going to have to see the rates on the top 2% go up and we're not go
relationship with danny glover pulled it out of my drawers -- out of the drawer, desk drawer, and read it and danny was instrumental in saying, let's do this. let's just do this. but, again, it was me working with some african american actors and i actually had it vetted by august wilson, read it and checked it out for me and there's another fellow who wrote soldier's story, charles fuller, took a look at it for me. i wanted to make sure my bases were covered. but this new play, what i did was, i feel comfortable writing the characters, but you are never sure. one thing that happened was steven anthony jones helped me a great deal with the african american character. we took it to sundance and what happens when you go to sundance is you bring some actors and some are given to you. i hadn't worked with the actors who we teamed up with at sundance, both excellent actors but people we didn't know so we didn't have a working relationship. there were moments where we worked where i could tell that the fellow, in particular, wasn't happy with his character because i had him standing there wh
-yard strike. danny woodhead scores standing up. game tied now. the game has momentum now, right? michael crabtree grabs the pass from colin kaepernick and goes 38 yards for the score. that is it for new england. san fran holds up the pats, 31-24. >>> big drama in overtime. ben roethlisberger's pass gets picked off by brandon karr. he gets all the way down to the 1 yard line and that sets up dan bailey's 21-yard field goal. cowboys rally to beat the steelers, 27-24. dallas now in a three-way tie for first in the nfc with the giants and redskins. >>> and he is off. the vikings' adrian peterson goes up the middle for an 82-yard touchdown against the rams. the rams' danny amendola catches a pass and spikes the ball and look out. freak accident. this guy actually has to be taken off the field. vikings silence the rams, 36-22. >>> more news coming up in two minutes on this monday morning. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news." [ elizabeth ] i like to drink orange juice but the acidic levels in some foods can cause acid erosion. the enamel starts to wear down,
. in in a washington that is so attorney apart, danny inouye diffused the situation and brought us together. he understood that words mattered as much as actions, and he always worked to elevate the debate and stood by his friends no matter their political stripes. it's why we have heard from people on both sides of the aisle and some who are speaking today who are saddened by his death. what our country lost this week, i received a message from our good friend and brother, faleomavaega and he is traveling overseas and asked that i mention his deep condolences to the people of hawaii. and i ask unanimous consent to incorporate into the record a statement that we have received from congressman fall yeoh ma vega. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. hirono: they call senator inouye a mentor. simply put, senator inouye was an extraordinary person, a giant in the senate who accomplished so much for the people of hawaii and our nation. it is now up to us to carry on that work. to realize his vision, to draw upon his strength. his strength of purpose and strength of character to do what is
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. screen pass to little danny who makes a couple of nice moves b punched out but right to lloyd for the touch down. thank you very much. patriots destroy houston. 49ers they have suspended ru running back jacob for the final 3 games of the regular season without pay. jacob frustrated because he never gets to play. tweeting that he is rotting on this team. it has been my experience that most management frowns on such expression. abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> for some crazy reason. >> i don't know why. >> thank you very much. >> up next. man who won nearly 200 million dollars. >> will he keep his did you get chips for the party? nope. cheese plate? cheese plate...nope. i made something better. ♪ you used the oven? boom ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin.
22, danny campbell with the sheet metal workers and the operating engineers -- who am i missing? ramone hernandez right behind me. i should have looked back. [applause] and additionally mike mc kenny with electricians and tim paulson with the labor council and mike casey president in the back of the room over there. this is a project of the kind that makes building trades workers salivate. it is a startingly beautiful design from what we have seen so far. i am going to embarrass myself and speak in norwegian and it's the kind of project where we can look forward to bringing our skills to work on a project that will fully demand those skills, so that is quite apart from the hours it will bring to us, it quite a part from the food we will put on the table and the house payments and so on. that's one of the reasons this project really excites us and it's a dramatic project. however, we are happy to try to minimize the drama of actually building the project and this is what this particular agreement d a lot of things are in this particular agreement and i think it's a real accom
's eve danni know you washington than the to go out and party mid 50's then new year's day ripping in the new year with really no rain in the forecast until wednesday thursday. >> i'm partying at the anchor desk. >> larry is off and collin is here talking about party. san jose state. >> doing it right at the nation capitol. coach is gone but the players remaybe to finish the best turn the around in recent college football history. party in sz is. >> san jose state dream season including today with win in the military bowl against bowling green. nation capitol. rfk stadium new coach ron spectato spectator. nation most efficient passer next year david bails and after the game coming back first quarter 33 yards. 7 nothing spartans. bowling green hung in leading 1312 in the third quarter. to jones. score 19-13 spartans. fourth quarter. falcons retake the lead. john the line of scrimmage. opening 35 yard. down on the 1 score on the next play for a lead. 22-20. johnson takes down matt and spartans recover. 29-20 the time. 33 of 43. 395 yards passing. pair of touch down. i
with us rabbi from san francisco and also another rabbi danny gotlet. we were talking earlier about how the different way it is bay area is a ewe feek place for connection and i wonder if we could have some conversation about what you see and what you're doing in particular in your congregational settings about what it means about community and what it means to bring people together. >> well, we in the daily city part of san francisco face some unique challenges demographicly. it's no longer the center of the jewish community it once was and the congregations that are south of park are smaller numbers than they were maybe ten years ago or 15 years ago so we've begun to collaborate on areas of adult education programming, youth programming to bring the full resources of four neighboring synagogues together. rabbis to teach courses, some services and programs combined in an effort to create a larger pool of participants and reach out even further into the community. >> and for those folks who are listening that might actually live in that neighborhood, let's let them know the congregation
complications. his passing prompted president obama to tweet, "aloha, danny." senator inouye was 88 years old. we have a look back at his remarkable life. >> reporter: democrat daniel inouye was the second longest serving u.s. senator and the third in line for the presidency. he was also the first japanese american to serve in congress and a world war ii hero. >> all of us in hawaii looked up to him, and we are so sad to see him go. >> reporter: inouye was born in hawaii in 1924 and dreamed of being a surgeon. he heard the call to arms when japanese planes flew over his home to bomb pearl harbor. he served in italy and there lost an arm to a german grenade, leading a battle that won him the medal of honor. >> everything became a bit crazy. bullets flying all over the place, and my arm flew off. i looked for the grenade because i knew it was in my hand, and there it was still clutched. and i peeled it off and threw it at the enemy. >> reporter: inouye was elected to the u.s. house of representatives in 1959. the same year hawaii became a state. he won a seat in the senate three years later whe
certificates to work perfectly. your point of senate before for my son danny for his teacher you go get the teacher a gift card for starbucks did that once- to buy card and it has to be a certain type card with all the other what do we write. danny says i know what's right. this is all set up for you because the gift messages are ready preprogrammed you can add or customize and you want but the fact that there is a chocolate bark this is the extra bonus at the end of the day. it is a >>guest: extra special and looks like you have given it some thought and no offense to you but i continue my husband console a couple days before christmas and ease corn to say to me i need to get something for someone as must have a miracle cure but i do have it now. this is the kind of thing you buy two sets of because the chocolate will last a year if the stored properly. you to it for holidays are come january, february or may you absolutely o.k. to pull it out and use it for birthday or other holiday time. 13 one says have havea happy and it has all holidays listed is superfund and and it just pops f
. but as jonathan bloom explains, those new services are now being challenged by state regulators. >> danny is attaching a mustache to her car. she had matching ones on the dash boardth her finger and her wrist. danielle is a driver for lift. ride sharing svice that bills as your friend with a car. >> nice to meet you. thanks very much. >>reporter: every ride starts with a fist bump at the end the mobile app asks for did nation to help the driver. its side car intended to help car owner to earn money on the side. the co-founder sees it this way. >> this is about community members who have extra seats in the car sharing those with people who need a ride. helps drivers cut the cost of owning an automobile. >>reporter: state regulators saw something different. >> we regard these operators as essentially the same as limousine company. drivers for hire. >>reporter: without the proper license. so california public utility commission slapped lift and side car with 20,000 dollar fines. >> we do believe they are operating outside the law right now. they don't have proper insurance. drai
a -- well, how do i describe it? he was a very emotional perso danny inouye was more calm. but they formed this remarkable friendship based on shared history going back to world war ii, probably some sense of shared destiny in the sense they were both from the two last states to join the union, not part of the continental united states, came as the first senators and were here so long but really what united them is an enormous dedication t america, patriotism. and when i said that dan inouye's leag is in connecticut and -- legacy is in connecticut and probably most every other state, i could go around the state and i'm thinking of the years and years danny was the chairman of the appropriations committee and the defense appropriations committee. there wasn't anything that we were able to do for connecticut in that time he didn't support. protecting long island sound, the connecticut river, improving our transportation stems systems, making gras to our schools, colleges, and universities, support of the defense industries in connecticut, which have meant so much to the defense of our countr
and being killed. amy goodman: i'd like to play danny glover reading the excerpts of the speech that you didn't give. danny glover: "to those who have said, 'be patient and wait,' we must say that 'patience' is a dirty and nasty word. we cannot be patient. we do not want to be free gradually. we want our freedom, and we want it now. we cannot depend on any political party, for both the democrats and the republicans have betrayed the basic principles of the declaration of independence. ... "we won't stop now. all of the forces of eastland, barnett, wallace and thurmond won't stop the revolution. the time will come when we will not confine our marching to washington. we will march through the south, through the heart of dixie, the way sherman did. we shall pursue our own 'scorched earth' policy and burn jim crow to the ground!" amy goodman: john lewis, you also said a part that didn't get included was: "in good conscience, we cannot support the administration's civil rights bill, for it's too little, too late. there's not one thing in the bill that will protect our people from police bruta
, connecticut. and for those not as technologically savvy, danny halfly of kentucky proves there are more old-fashioned ways to show one's ignorance in 2012. halfly says there is nothing racist about this barack obama mannequin, holding a slice of watermelon. halfly put the display up around election day and doesn't plan on taking it down anytime soon. >> it's a mix of white collar suits with blue-collar clothes peeking out. >> i'd be a millionaire. >> and watermelon. >> i thought he might get hungry standing out here. >> reporter: danny halfly has seen many a person standing out here taking pictures with the president. >> that's my buddy. >> obama's your buddy? >> well, this is? he don't talk, he don't make no smart comments. >> "he don't talk, he don't make no smart comment." might as we say uppity. halfly claims he doesn't understand why the mannequin is considered racist. he also says it's his right to display the mannequin. >> the way i look at it, it's freedom of speech. >> freedom of speech, indeed. let's hear some more speech from social activist, reverend marcia dyson and marc morial
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